Thursday, September 14, 2006

Susan Enan song on "Bones" tv show

It seems I am one of many web-ones/we-Bones who discovered singer-songwriter Susan Enan by way of the excellent Fox tv show BONES Wednesday night. The ending of the episode quite fittingly featured Enan's sad-lovely song, "Bring on the Wonder". Like many others, I Googled the lyrics of the chorus & got only one return--the interesting blog of Susan Enan's friend, one Bananie, titled associated in random thought (www.bananie.com). There I found a quickly growing set of comments from the many people who had also Googled as I did & found only the one result. Obliging Bananie promptly posted a second comment about the song, directing the curious to Enan's myspace page, www.myspace.com/susanenan where an embedded player offers both that song & another. I ardently recommend a visit thereto.

Entirely without permission, I quote the entire song:

Bring on the Wonder (written by Susan Enan) (I presume)

I can't see the stars anymore living here
Let's go to the hills where the outlines are clear
Bring on the wonder, bring on the song
I pushed you down deep in my soul for too long

I fell through cracks at the end of our street
Let's go to the beach, get the sand through our feet
Bring on the wonder, bring on the song
I pushed you down deep in my soul for too long

Bring on the wonder, we got it all wrong
We pushed you down deep in our souls for too long

I dont have the time for a drink from the cup
Let's rest for awhile till our souls catch us up
Bring on the wonder, bring on the song
I pushed you down deep in my soul for too long

Bring on the wonder, we got it all wrong
We pushed you down deep in our souls, so hang on
Bring on the wonder, bring on the song
I pushed you down deep in my soul for too long


1 Comments:

Blogger khushi said...

hi Buddy...Most of Bones Episodes Online is filmed in Los Angeles, California, despite the fact that the show is mainly set in Washington, D.C., where the fictional Jeffersonian Institution is located. The interiors of the Jeffersonian Institution were specially built on a large soundstage at the 20th Century Fox lot in Century City, Los Angeles, California.what a cool places woow man i enjoy this tv show...

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